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Re: Cygwin ccrypt differs to linux ccrypt
- From: Chris Mingay <chris at chrismingay dot co dot uk>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Fri, 28 Jun 2013 10:42:35 +0100
- Subject: Re: Cygwin ccrypt differs to linux ccrypt
- References: <CAEDML181=7wPEXohFBJZU=K8Yw_tB5esWHGkZxd-6vz9-XWbKg at mail dot gmail dot com> <51CD59F9 dot 4000702 at gmail dot com>
Thanks for replying Marco, I wanted to post my own reply but didn't know how!
I feel like a bit of a moron now, it wasn't anything to do with
ccrypt/cygwin it was to do with file read and write permissions... so
needless to say, once I had sorted that, all was well.
I've not made a file permission stuff up in a long time, so hopefully
that's it for another year or two :D
On 28 June 2013 10:40, marco atzeri <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Il 6/28/2013 10:52 AM, Chris Mingay ha scritto:
>> Hi all,
>> Up to date Cygwin running on Windows 2003 Server with ccrypt version
>> 1.10 (up to date)
>> Up to date Ubuntu 12.04 with ccrypt version 1.9 (up to date, according
>> to apt-get)
>> I've encrypted a file using ccrypt in Cygwin and I am unable to
>> decrypt it on the linux box (Ubuntu 12.04). I am able to decrypt it on
>> my Windows 7 box which also runs cygwin.
>> I'm looking for confirmation as to whether this might be considered
>> normal behaviour? I understand if this is the case, but I am unable to
>> find written confirmation anywhere regarding it.
> Hi Chris,
> does the reverse works :
> Crypting on Ubuntu and decrypting on Cygwin ?
> these are all the changes reported upstream between 1.10 and 1.9:
> v1.10 2012/10/18
> (2012/10/16) PS1 - ccguess: tweaked the ordering of guesses
> (2012/10/16) PS1 - ccguess: added -t option
> (2012/10/15) PS1 - ccguess: use a 64-bit counter
> (2012/10/14) PS1 - ccguess: updated exit status
> (2012/10/14) PS1 - ccguess: added -n option
> (2012/10/14) PS1 - ccguess: do not turn off character echoing on
> password entry.
> (2012/10/14) PS1 - ccguess: allow multiple files to be tested
> (2012/10/12) PS1 - ccguess: added -c option
> (2012/10/11) PS1 - removed intltool build dependency
> (2012/10/11) PS1 - fixed fchown() compiler warning, again
> (2012/10/10) PS1 - added ccguess program
> (2012/08/31) PS1 - man page: fixed name and usage of emacs package
> (2011/05/13) PS1 - autoconf: new CADD variable to add to CFLAGS
> (2011/01/08) PS1 - more error handling improvements: check output
> of fflush, crypt
> (2011/01/07) PS1 - fixed potential buffer overrun in make_nonce()
> (2011/01/07) PS1 - better separation of i/o errors and other
> system errors
> (2011/01/07) PS1 - test suite: added environment variable
> CHECK_CCRYPT to allow binaries outside the build tree to be tested
> (2010/12/28) PS1 - emacs support: use existing buffer password
> when re-reading a file; improved status messages
> (2010/12/24) PS1 - more handling of unlikely errors
> (2010/12/23) PS1 - fixed Rijndael reference code compiler warnings
> (2010/12/23) PS1 - check for i/o errors in stream mode
> (2010/12/23) PS1 - added frees in error handlers and at top level
> (2010/12/23) PS1 - fixed fchown() compiler warning
> (2010/11/10) PS1 - emacs support: fixed mapcar compiler warnings
> (2010/08/08) PS1 - build a convenience library libccrypt.a
> (2009/11/16) PS1 - rpm.spec: fix deprecated copyright tag,
> reported by Johannes Ruscheinski.
> (2009/09/09) PS1 - portability: made sources C++ compatible.
> (2009/09/04) PS1 - autoconf: added --disable-emacs option.
> (2009/09/04) PS1 - portability: fixed $EXEEXT error (bug
> the cygwin package is 99.99% a vanilla one.
> I just adjusted the build system, but not touched at all the source.
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